Anil Stocker joined a panel of experts talking about the effects of rising costs and delays in payments on businesses in the long and short term.
Supporting small businesses is at the heart of everything we do. Which is why it was great to be invited to Barclays's Business Health Pledge event last week. Our CEO and Co-Founder, Anil Stocker, joined a panel of experts discussing the effects of rising costs and delays in payments on businesses in the long and short term.
It was brilliant to learn more about the Barclays Business Health Pledge from Hannah Bernard, Barclays Head of Business Banking. The initiative will make real impact by educating business owners on key issues.
Anil was joined by some impressive speakers including Liz Barclay, Small Business Commissioner at Financial Inclusion Commission and Susan Elliott, Senior Manager at British Business Bank. Their perspectives brought a lot of valuable insight.
Check out the full event for all the takeaways:
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